3D Printer Filament PLA Orange-PLA Filament 1.75 mm SUNLU,Low Odor Dimensional Accuracy +/- 0.02 mm 3D Printing Filament,2.2 LBS (1KG) Spool 3D Printer Filament for 3D Printers & 3D Pens,Orange


Product Features:
SUNLU PLA 3D Printer Filament is especially designed and developed for most 3D printer on the market today. Its main features are as follows:
1. SUNLU PLA gives off a smell similar to a semi-sweet cooking oil. While it certainly won’t bring back fond memories of home-cooked meals, it is considered by many an improvement over hot plastic.
2. SUNLU PLA displays less warping. This is the reason why it is possible to print without a heated bed.
3. SUNLU PLA filament is made for 3D printers with degradable bio-plastic.
4. SUNLU PLA filament Printed objects will generally have a glossier look.
5. SUNLU PLA 3d printing filament is compatible with most commercially available non-cartridge based 3D printers. 6. Backed by our 100% SATISFACTION GUARANTEE.

Product specifications:
Brand: SUNLU
Material: PLA
Diameter: 1.75mm
Tolerance: +/- 0.02mm
Print temperature: 190-220℃(374-428℉)
Print speed: 50-100mm/s
Baseplate temperature: No heating required
Bubble: 100% zero-bubble
Length: 1.75mm (1kg=2.20 lbs) = 330m

Quick start guide for PLA printing material
The first layer is the most important part of any print. There are a few things you need to do to get the first layer to stick well.
1. You need the print bed (or print surface) to be level.
2. You need the extruder to be homed to the correct height from the bed.
3. You need a good base material for your PLA to adhere to.

How to store:
1. Keep material in sealed bag until ready for use.
2. Avoid Water. Keep in dry place.
3. Keep away from heat.
4. Recommended storage temperature: -20 to 50℃(68-122℉)

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Product Features

  • ♥Material: PLA – Color: Orange – Weight: 1 KG (approximately 2.20 lbs) Spool.
  • ♥PLA Recommend Temperature: Extrusion/Nozzle Temperature 190°C – 220°C (356°F – 410°F),PLA fialment can be processed at 185 degrees.
  • ♥High Compatible With Your 3D Printer: Whatever all 1.75 mm-specification 3d printers in the market are configured to run with the PLA 3D printing filaments.
  • ♥You’ll Have Zero Hassle Printing: Compared with traditional brittle PLA, SUNLU 3D printer filaments have adjusted the degradability of the material for optimal performance,so SUNLU PLA filaments are not brittle during 3D printing jobs.
  • ♥30-Day Money-Back Guarantee: We are so confident in our 3D printer fialment that we offer a full 30-day guarantee.Buy it,use it and if you aren’t happy with it,tell us and we’ll refund your money.

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Color Changing with Temperature 3D Printer PLA Filament,From Green to Yellow,1.75 mm, Dimensional Accuracy +/- 0.05 mm, 1 KG Spool ( 2.2 LBS ), 3D Printing PLA Material

Diameter (Tolerance): 1.75 mm ±0.05 mm Net Weight:1000g Recommended Printing Temp: 195 – 230 °C Recommended Printing Speed: 30 – 90 mm/s Heated Bed:0 ~ 80 °C

Product Features

  • Color Chang Filament
  • From Green to Yellow
  • Colour Chang Temperature: about 31°C

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Silk Silver 3D Printer PLA Filament 1.75 mm 1 KG ( 2.2 LBS ) Spool 3D Printing Material

Color:silk silver
Diameter (Tolerance): 1.75 mm ±0.05 mm
Net Weight: 1000g
Recommended Printing Temp: 195 – 230 °C
Recommended Printing Speed: 30 – 60 mm/s
Heated Bed: Not required but can be used (up to 60 °C)

Product Features

  • silk feeling silver

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Navy Additive Manufacturing (AM): Adding Parts, Subtracting Steps – 3D Printing, Tooling, Aerospace, Binder Jetting, Directed Energy Deposition, Material Extrusion, Powder Fusion, Photopolymerization

This report examines additive manufacturing (AM) and describes its potential impact on the Navy’s Supply Chain Management processes. Included in the analysis is the implementation of 3D printing technology and how it could impact the Navy’s future procurement processes, specifically based on a conducted analysis of the automotive aerospace industry. Industry research and development has identified multiple dimensions of AM technology, including material variety, cost saving advantages, and lead-time minimizations for manufacturing products. This project is designed to provide the Navy with a recommendation based on an in-depth industry case-study analysis. CHAPTER I * INTRODUCTION * A. OVERVIEW * B. REPORT ORGANIZATION * CHAPTER II * LITERATURE REVIEW * A. ADDITIVE MANUFACTURING HISTORY * B. ADDITIVE MANUFACTURING OVERVIEW * C. ADDITIVE MANUFACTURING PROCESSES AND METHODS * 1. Binder Jetting * 2. Directed Energy Deposition * 3. Material Extrusion * 4. Material Jetting * 5. Powder Bed Fusion * 6. Sheet Lamination * 7. Vat Photopolymerization * D. ADDITIVE MANUFACTURING USES AND BENEFITS * E. ADDITIVE MANUFACTURING CHALLENGES, ISSUES, AND CONCERNS * F. NAVY PROCUREMENT PROCESS * G. SUMMARY * CHAPTER III * METHODOLOGY * A. MULTIPLE CASE-STUDY ANALYSIS * B. IMPLEMENTATION * C. SUMMARY * CHAPTER IV * CASE ANALYSIS * A. BIG INDUSTRY: ADDITIVE MANUFACTURING IN AVIATION AND AUTOMOTIVE MANUFACTURING * 1. Automotive Industry * a. General Motors Financial Troubles * b. Costs * c. Additive Manufacturing in Tooling Process * d. Application in Production of Parts * 2. Aerospace Industry * 3. Boeing Aviation Corporation * 4. Additive Manufacturing Developments * B. CONCLUSIONS * CHAPTER V * IMPLEMENTATION * A. INDUSTRY APPLICATIONS * B. MILITARY APPLICATIONS * C. IMPLEMENTATION PROCESS AND CRITERIA * D. MILITARY ISSUES WITH AM * 1. Parts Testing and Certification * 2. Information Security * 3. Intellectual Property Infringement * 4. Personnel Training and Skill Set Development * E. ADDITIVE MANUFACTURING PROCESSES DEPLOYED * CHAPTER VI * CONCLUSION * A. SUMMARY

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Color Changing with Temperature 3D Printer PLA Filament,From Purple Blue to Pink,1.75 mm, Dimensional Accuracy +/- 0.05 mm, 1KG Spool(2.2LBS), 3D Printing PLA Material

Diameter (Tolerance): 1.75 mm ±0.05 mm
Net Weight:1000g
Recommended Printing Temp: 195 – 230 °C
Recommended Printing Speed: 30 – 90 mm/s Heated
Bed:0 ~ 80 °C

Product Features

  • Color Change Filament
  • From Purple Blue to Pink
  • Color Change Temperature: about 31°C

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3D printing changing key questions around weapon systems acquisitions

The Marine Corps’ use of additive manufacturing will change questions surrounding acquisitions to reflect the technology’s ability to sustain weapon systems, according to a service official. Additive manufacturing will “aid in that sustainment, particularly as weapon systems get older and . . . there’s less incentive for industry to even make the parts anymore,” Col. Howard Marotto, additive manufacturing lead for the Next Generation Logistics cell, told Inside the Navy in an Oct. 4 interview at the Pentagon. “If we…

Casio's '2.5D' Printer Opening New Dimensions of Printing

By now “3D printing” is a globally acknowledged term, but wait “2.5D printing” for sure sounds strange to ears. Casio demonstrated this Mofrel printing technology at CEATEC. The technology introduced gives a wide range of textures to regular looking printing sheets, before finishing with the final touches of a sixteen million color inkjet.

The printed models were surprisingly good and considerable. Even the patterns had great details added to them. The delicate stitch bumps, the puffiness of leather, roughness of the uneven surfaces, even the unevenness of the sewed patterns could be felt and was visible in the printed samples.

Copying of hard materials like brick, stone, wood, and ceramic is also possible, however, some of them needed an extra coating for luster and solidity.

Casio’s “digital sheets” is the secret element of this printing. They seem to be thicker than the normal paper sheets. The “digital sheets” have micro powder layer inserted in between the paper or PET substrate and the inkjet layer. The powdered particles are coated with acrylonitrile (a thermoplastic resin) and contain a hydrocarbon. The acrylonitrile and hydrocarbon combo expands on exposure to heat when the heat is removed the structure returns to its original form, hence the copied pattern is made on the printing sheet.

For controlling the texture construction, the pattern is first printed on the sheet’s top microfilm using carbon, later these infrared absorbing carbons target the heat on the wanted parts of the micro powder layer. Hideaki Terada, Executive Officer- Casio Digital Art Division said that the micro powders can expand up to 1.7 mm thickness. At present, the thickness is kept at this level to maintain steadiness. Although with some difficulty the thickness of 2 mm to 2.5 mm is also technically attainable. Once the pattern is attained the microfilm is taken off to print colors on the inkjet layer that is the textured surface.

A total span of 3 to 5 minutes is consumed for printing a regular A4 “digital sheet”, single side. An amount of $10 is the worth of each printed sheet. In comparison to normal printing sheets, these sheets may appear abrupt, but the variety of patterns possible with this technology are numerous. This technology is way too cheap and fast keeping in mind the technological miracles it’s offering.
A3 sheets can also be used for the printer. Double-sided sheets for both A3 and A4 sizes are also available but the prices are not known.

The cost of the current version of Mofrel printer is about $44,400 and will be offered as a B2B solution next year. It’s been said that some top electronic firms and automaker industries have already received an access to Mofrel and are using it for their R&D. Currently the price is a lot for normal consumers like us, but Terada has hinted about launching a consumer version, still, that would take one to one and half years’ time.

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